The Ugandan has been given leave of duty by his club managment to return to Uganda and play for military side Simba in the East Africa Military Games.Mudde captained the team in their opening match on Monday 16 August where they played to a two-all draw against Burundi, a result that pained him.
“I am very disappointed with our defense because we were playing against ten men and 2-1 up. Letting in that late equalizer was very bad and I am hoping we can improve in our next match. We are playing at home and hence we should try to win the title.”“I think we are a bit disadvantaged at the moment because the entire team is still in pre-season and haven’t picked much of playing fitness. We expect stiff competition from Kenya’s Ulinzi Stars who are playing well in the league and have that much needed momentum. But we will fight at home to ensure we do well,” added Mudde. Uganda plays Tanzania on Monday evening at the Namboole Stadium, a few hours after Ulinzi Stars take on Rwanda’s APR.www.soka.co.ke.